Put it up
and those are only #24 highlights. He had way sicker stuff back when he was #8
yep...he hasn't got up like that in a minute...
refreshed my memory..
so where is yours?
D-Will: New School
H20: Kinda Old School
On a side note, I bet you youngins didn't know that Ron Harper could play like this.
God as a kid, I based my whole life after this man lol. I played ball every day at the Y across the street and practiced his moves for hours after school. My life was damn near a tribute to him.
His moves were mesmerizing. In other news, I recently added Jamal Crawford's shake n bake to my repertoire. Sick move and fun to play with during games once you get it down.
i'll say this about JWill aka White Chocalate. I can not think of one single player that was more exciting to watch them him his first 4-5 seasons. I went to a couple of his rookie games and watched all his games on TV. He was insane. The JWill that exists today is nothing like the young JWill. He made the most basic pass look exciting. Thats also why he wasnt very good. He didnt play D, was a sub par shooter and turned the ball over like it wasnt even round. But excitement wise, he was on his own level.
Hell yea llperez. He is less than a shell of his former self yet he is still a capable NBA player. He still has handles but what he had back then broke the barrier as far as what I thought was possible to do with the rock. Watching him helped me develop so many of my moves, IDK if i'd be half the player I am today without him. I think a lot of people could take a lot from his game. Sure he made turnovers but when the moves he made connected with his teammates, it was poetry in motion. Till this day I damn near make all of my passes no-looks/behind the back/or just add something to throw off the defender b/c of him (never let your opponent be able to guess what you will do next) and I must say it def. pays dividends. It may just seem like flash and pizazz at first, but it really can help keep your opponents off balance.
Thats why he's hands down my favorite of all-time, despite not having all the accolades of a Jordan/Magic/Kobe what have you. He just added a whole new level of style to the game of basketball.
M Dymes, I agree about him helping my game. I spent countless hours throwing the ball behind my back and crossing over my own shadow and doing things that no coach would ever teach. No doubt it helped me as a player when i was handling the rock like an and1 player. I practiced a lot of the stuff JWill did.
Maybe the best high school mixtape ever!
no Melo, no Rose b/c I watch and post their vids all the time....
First, DC.....he was one of the most talented young players I ever saw and this is how I like to remember him....
Every time I watch a magic montage I see at least 5 highlights I have never seen before...
this team turned basketball into an obsession for me....
One of the hardest best with a breathtaking player..
My favorite VC mixes. Lovin' It is a tight song.
I had a nerf hoop up on my laundry room door and it wasn't nearly as easy for me as it is for Dwight......
How do you post a video like that?